Corbin Police Bust Strip Show At Bachelorette Party

Corbin, Ky. - The manager of a local night club / restaurant has been cited by the Corbin Police for allowing a strip show, featuring male dancers, at a bachelorette party on the premises.

Police cited Rodney Lawrence, manager of The Depot on Main Street in Corbin, for allowing the strip show in his establishment which apprently is not licensed for entertainment. The charge was "Retail Premises who have liquor license not to be disorderly in the 1st degree," a class B misdemeanor.

Corbin Police Chief Carson Mullins says two of his officers, Sgt. Rob Jones and Patrolman Jim Miller, were conducting a routine walk through of all alcohol-serving restaurants when they discovered the show in the Comedy Club area of the establishment. Mullins says his officers stopped the performance and cited the owner. No word on the fate of the macho ecdysiasts or their fawning admirers.

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  • by William Location: Corbin on Aug 7, 2007 at 02:52 PM
    some people really need to get a life and stop trying to live everyone else's. under all that pretty religious couteur the truth is still naked.
  • by Heather Location: KY on Aug 7, 2007 at 01:25 PM
    Every day there are stories about murders or drug situations in Corbin - this is what the taxpayers get for their money? What a waste of effort!!
  • by mel Location: lex on Aug 7, 2007 at 12:24 PM
    Like Corbin doesn't have a drug problem that could be looked into instead of this nonsense.
  • by Jeffrey Location: Corbin on Aug 7, 2007 at 11:57 AM
    Dang it, now I have to take my banana hammocks back to Wal Mart if I can't dance for these ladies.
  • by Ben Location: Lex on Aug 7, 2007 at 06:31 AM
    Nancy sounds jealous. I understaned the police were doing there job, but come on, surely there is something more important they could be doing.
  • by Joseph Location: Lex on Aug 7, 2007 at 05:47 AM
    Hey Casey - I hope the heck you are a girl making those comments. Please don't be a guy asking for male strip clubs...LOL!
  • by nancy Location: mt.sterling on Aug 6, 2007 at 11:39 PM
  • by Casey Location: Lexington on Aug 6, 2007 at 02:15 PM
    This story brings up a point I would like to make. There are several strip clubs in Lexington where women dance, take their clothes off, etc., but not one club where men dance, take off their clothes, etc. I don't go along with any of this stuff, have never been in a club like this and don't ever plan on going to one but I believe in being fair. My mom always says what's good for the goose is good for the gander.
  • by Ericka Location: Florence, KY on Aug 6, 2007 at 08:12 AM
    I actually attended the party, the police entered a private party, one where all the doors and windows were blacked out, telling the guests that they had received a call that someone was impersonating a police officer. This was not true. The male dancer was wearing out of date camo, colors our military is no longer wearing, but the Iraqi's instead. The police didn't bust anything, the party was over and the male dancer wasn't even undressed, so when they say that the "busted" up the party they are sadly mistaken, the party was over. The Corbin police have a history of lying about how they obtain their information and charges should be filed for their entering the premises under false pretenses, since they informed the media of their "routine stop" at restaurants who serve alcoholic beverages, they didn't show up at Angels & Wings, just down the road, and also a restaurant that serves alcoholic beverages, and I know that for a fact....Funny.
  • by cutter Location: South of East KY on Aug 6, 2007 at 08:00 AM
    Guys on a stage, stripping for women. How (edited) is that ? blasphemies, heathens, sinners !
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